Ewer and basin, Johan van Kerkhoff (attributed to), c. 1760 - c. 1770

Ewer and basin, Johan van Kerkhoff (attributed to), c. 1760 - c. 1770

h 6cm × w 37.7cm × d 27.3cm More details

Although Delft was the most important centre for the faience industry, other towns and cities also had potteries. In 1759 the wine merchant Johan van Kerckhoff founded a faience factory in Arnhem. It produced imitations of Delftware, but also pieces with contemporary forms, such as this ewer and basin in a restrained Rococo style.

On display in room 0.7

This work belongs to Lampetstel, beschilderd met een waterlandschap (BK-1991-7)